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Robert Hughes

Weekly Initial Claims Fall Again Supporting an Improving Economic Outlook

“Initial claims fell again in the latest week, supporting a positive outlook as government restrictions on consumers and businesses are eased.” – Robert Hughes


Jordan Schachtel

Fauci Has Chalked Up 300+ Media Appearances Over Past Year

“Fauci is having the best year of his life. It has become clear that he desperately wants the show to continue, even if that means demanding that tens of millions of people suffer by conforming to his pseudoscience-based edicts. The TV doctor sure knows how to drive ratings, with the hopes that this is just Season One of his long running hit pandemic series.” ~ Jordan Schachtel


Joakim Book

Playing Fast and Loose with Numbers

“Journalists keep talking about a future without ice, about ice-free summers in the Arctic, and casually throwing in ‘sea level rise if x were to melt completely’ as if x was in any danger of melting away entirely over anything but geological time frames. This places the completely wrong ideas in their readers’ heads and gravely misinforms the public about the world. Doctors abide by the ‘First, do no harm’ promise. Maybe journalists should too.” ~ Joakim Book


Phillip W. Magness

The Failure of Imperial College Modeling Is Far Worse than We Knew

“Just over one year ago, the epidemiology modeling of Neil Ferguson and Imperial College played a preeminent role in shutting down most of the world. The exaggerated forecasts of this modeling team are now impossible to downplay or deny, and extend to almost every country on earth. Indeed, they may well constitute one of the greatest scientific failures in modern human history.” ~ Phillip W. Magness


James Bovard

Steel Follies and the Perils of Politically-Controlled Trade

“American citizens and manufacturers should be allowed to buy every commodity they choose as cheaply as the world can produce it. The time has come to end the medieval pursuit of a “just price” for imports and to cease permitting politicians and bureaucrats to have economic life-and-death power over American businesses.” ~ James Bovard


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